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Bohle: South Dakota has a meth problem

Law enforcement worked together for two years to secure cases against 12 individuals in Mobridge before making arrests in a coordinated operation Thursday, Feb. 4, in the city.

More arrests made in investigation, total of 13 charged

Law enforcement continues to succeed in interrupting the flow of illegal drugs in the area with another high-profile bust on Valentine’s Day.

Darrel Smith: Socialism historically caused economic pain

Socialists overthrew Russia during World War I. The leaders of this revolution expected socialism to ultimately take over the world.

KATIE ZERR: Board decisions made for students

The 2016 South Dakota Legislature is sure to go down in history as one that has or could have made bold moves that have a major impact on the state.

JAY DAVIS: Wrestlers to face tough competition at Region 4B

It was just a couple of years ago that wrestlers had to navigate through two postseason tournaments. Since the South Dakota High School Activities Associatioin took district tournaments out of the mix after the 2012 season, wrestlers only have one week to prove they belong in the state tournament.

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Nominating petitions for the April election in both the City of Mobridge and on the Mobridge-Pollock School Board are available for circulation. There will be a joint election held on Tuesday, April 12 with two three-year seats up for election on the MP School District’s Board of Education and four seats on the city council as well as the mayor’s […]

Andy’s meals come from a variety of recipes

Andy Shoe handles most of the cooking chores at home, but since his wife keeps him supplied with dessert items he doesn’t see it as too bad a trade.

Edward Turner was known as ‘Big Ed’ the perennial cowboy

Edward Vincent Turner, 88, of Strasburg, N.D., and formerly of Mobridge, passed away peacefully at the Strasburg Care Center on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016.

Lorraine Gunderson was high school basketball player

Funeral services for Lorraine Gunderson, 91, of Mobridge and formerly of Pollock, were held Monday, Feb. 15, 2016, at Pollock Lutheran Church.

Tigers win one of three at Kimball Quad

The Tigers wrestlers closed out the regular season with a win and two losses at the Kimball Quad on Friday.


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